Fermilab has launched a new public events website. It provides information about all the lab’s public events – arts, lecture, tour, educational and other programs — in one place. You can find out more about all of Fermilab’s offerings, including concerts, guided tours, monthly Ask-A-Scientist programs, science adventures, art exhibits, and special events, right there. Take a look!
Nobel Prize-winning Italian physicist and former CERN Director General Carlo Rubbia visited Fermilab on Tuesday, Sept. 17, to discuss future collaborations related to Fermilab’s neutrino program. While on site, Rubbia met with Director Nigel Lockyer and toured the lab’s Liquid-Argon Test Facility, the MicroBooNE detector assembly hall and the Minos cavern, where this photo was taken. Pictured, from left: Alberto Scaramelli, ICARUS collaboration; Carlo Rubbia; Fermilab Director Nigel Lockyer; Antonio Masiero, vice president of Italy’s INFN; Jim Strait, project manager for LBNE; and Regina Rameika, project manager for MicroBooNE.
On Wednesday, DOE’s Michael Knotek visited the NOvA Near-Detector Cavern at Fermilab. From left: Fermi Site Office Deputy Manager Mark Bollinger, Minos Underground Areas Coordinator Bill Lee, MINERvA scientist Debbie Harris, DOE Deputy Undersecretary of Energy for Science and Energy Michael Knotek, Fermilab Director Nigel Lockyer.
On Oct. 13, Fermi Research Alliance (FRA) board members toured Fermilab. From left to right: FRA board members Duane Schmoker, vice president of the URS Corporation, and Fran Berman, vice president for research at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute discuss Fermilab’s future at the intensity frontier in the Minos Underground Areas with Fermilab’s Pier Oddone and Gina Rameika.